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  • Brexit could trigger US rally, spike up commodities:Fat Prophets

    Brexit could trigger US rally, spike up commodities:Fat Prophets   

    Discussing commodities, David Lennox of Fat Prophets says that if the UK decides to leave, US dollar will rally, which in turn, will not be good for the commodities.

    24 Jun 2016, 8.14 am  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • EM investors to take wait & see approach in short- term: Freeman

    EM investors to take wait & see approach in short- term: Freeman   

    Talking about the impact of Brexit on emerging markets Seth Freeman, CEO and Chief Investment Officer at EM Capital Management, LLC, says the reaction would be to take profits off the table and hold on till the event outcome.

    24 Jun 2016, 6.57 am  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • Rupee to fare in range of 66-68/$ if UK remains in EU: StanC

    Rupee to fare in range of 66-68/$ if UK remains in EU: StanC   

    Giving his outlook on the Indian rupee Eddie Cheung told CNBC-TV18 that the currency can potentially underperform slightly but mostly it should be range bound.

    23 Jun 2016, 5.16 pm  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • Nifty below 7800 is a big buying opportunity: Laurence Balanco

    Nifty below 7800 is a big buying opportunity: Laurence Balanco   

    Laurence Balanco of CLSA in his note ahead of the Brexit outcome says that from India point of view, any pullback for whatever reason it happens, if Nifty slips below 7,800, it is a big buying opportunity.

    23 Jun 2016, 4.50 pm  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • RBI`s next guv appointment holds key for India: Rabobank

    RBI's next guv appointment holds key for India: Rabobank   

    Michael Every, Head of Markets Research-Asia Pacific, Rabobank believes the markets globally will not move much till the Brexit vote is out.

    23 Jun 2016, 12.35 pm  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • Even if Britain remains, Rajan effect to impact India: Mecklai

    Even if Britain remains, Rajan effect to impact India: Mecklai   

    In an event of Brexit, gold will hold key and may cross USD 1300 an ounce, said Jamal Mecklai, CEO, Mecklai Financial Services. Even if it is a remain vote, the Rajan effect will still post a downward pressure, he said.

    23 Jun 2016, 11.08 am  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • If Brits remain in EU, sterling may not rally much: ANZ

    If Brits remain in EU, sterling may not rally much: ANZ   

    If UK stays, it will be a certain positive for risk assets. Global market has already priced in the ‘remain’ outcome and hence, sell-off in the US dollar will be limited while the rally in sterling will not be that significant...

    23 Jun 2016, 9.29 am  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • Brexit will mean risk-off in EMs; India could be hurt too: LGM

    Brexit will mean risk-off in EMs; India could be hurt too: LGM  

    The biggest casualty of a ‘leave’ vote would be the pound and the UK stock market which could fall as much as 5-10 percent feels Chowdhry

    23 Jun 2016, 9.19 am  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • `Near-term Fed hike unlikely, Hilary Clinton better for India`

    'Near-term Fed hike unlikely, Hilary Clinton better for India'   

    The US Federal Reserve will hike rate only after considering jobs data in December, says Geoff Lewis, Global Strategist, Capital Markets Group of Manulife Asset Management.

    22 Jun 2016, 1.19 pm  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • Nifty Dec target at 8600, see 12-14% returns in 1-yr: JP Morgan

    Nifty Dec target at 8600, see 12-14% returns in 1-yr: JP Morgan  

    Bharat Iyer of JP Morgan says he expects Indian equities to deliver returns of 12-14 percent over the next twelve months, adding valuations at 17x forward earnings are higher than the average seen over the last decade.

    22 Jun 2016, 8.01 am  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • Why Axis Cap thinks price-to-earnings is more important than EPS

    Why Axis Cap thinks price-to-earnings is more important than EPS   

    Nandan Chakraborty of Axis Capital expects earnings growth of 14 percent in FY17 and 21 percent going forward in FY18 largely on the back of a strong economy.

    21 Jun 2016, 10.12 am  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • Continue with `buy on dips` strategy, says Prabhat Awasthi

    Continue with 'buy on dips' strategy, says Prabhat Awasthi  

    Prabhat Awasthi of Nomura feels the market is no longer cheap on a historical basis but neither is it very expensive. "Therefore it was more a 'buy on dips' market and we see no reason to change our view," says Awasthi.

    21 Jun 2016, 8.25 am  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • Global investors will watch post-Rajan monetary policy: SocGen

    Global investors will watch post-Rajan monetary policy: SocGen   

    In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Stear says India has done well over the last 6-12 months in terms of monetary governance relative to its emerging market peers and Rajan has aided this.

    20 Jun 2016, 9.57 pm  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • Rajan exit negative for rupee; more rate cuts seen:Credit Suisse

    Rajan exit negative for rupee; more rate cuts seen:Credit Suisse  

    Credit Suisse the sudden departure raises uncertainty over the new monetary policy framework and managing potential volatility around events like NRI deposits redemption between September and November this year.

    20 Jun 2016, 8.37 am  |  Source: Moneycontrol.com

  • Mkts will continue to sell going into Brexit week: Heritage Cap

    Mkts will continue to sell going into Brexit week: Heritage Cap   

    If the markets continue to sell off going into the Brexit decision, the last week of June will see a bottom and the markets will rally, says Paul Schatz, President, Heritage Capital.

    16 Jun 2016, 8.51 pm  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • Brexit to impact forex market more than stocks: Crossbridge

    Brexit to impact forex market more than stocks: Crossbridge   

    While stock markets are pricing in the event, there won't be a major fall in the equity markets as much as will be in the currency market, says Manish Singh, Chief Strategist & Head of Investments, Crossbridge Capital LLP.

    16 Jun 2016, 1.21 pm  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • Pace of Fed rate hikes will remain very slow: Nomura

    Pace of Fed rate hikes will remain very slow: Nomura   

    Bigger asset market impacts of Brexit will be limited to the US and the UK along with the EU, but the risk aversion will continue until the referendum, which will lead to upside pressure on the equities gradually, says Mixo Das of...

    16 Jun 2016, 11.25 am  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • Will wait for clean-up before investing in banks: Ambit Cap

    Will wait for clean-up before investing in banks: Ambit Cap   

    The Indian economy is unlikely to witness a broad-based recovery, as a stressed banking system continues to be unable to fund a turn in the investment cycle, says Pramod Gubbi of Ambit Singapore.

    16 Jun 2016, 10.20 am  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • Once we get past Brexit, India is a no-brainer: Arvind Sanger

    Once we get past Brexit, India is a no-brainer: Arvind Sanger   

    A serious risk to global markets has emerged in the form of the British referendum slated for next week, says Arvind Sanger of New York-based Geosphere Capital.

    16 Jun 2016, 8.33 am  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • See 2 Fed hikes this year; stick to median forecast: JP Morgan

    See 2 Fed hikes this year; stick to median forecast: JP Morgan  

    James Glassman, Senior Economist at JP Morgan thinks the Fed is likely hike at least two times this year.

    16 Jun 2016, 8.21 am  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • E-comm cos to see pain; tech & pharma to do well: Grant Thornton

    E-comm cos to see pain; tech & pharma to do well: Grant Thornton   

    Banks will be careful while making big-ticket acquisitions as they are weighed down by bad loans and other regulatory issues, says Raja Lahiri, Partner of Grant Thornton.

    15 Jun 2016, 5.51 pm  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • Global markets to stay volatile ahead of Brexit vote: Rabobank

    Global markets to stay volatile ahead of Brexit vote: Rabobank   

    Michael Every of Rabobank expects markets to remain extremely volatile untill the Brexit vote on June 23. Therefore, he thinks it is better to buy inflation related bonds or best raise cash levels.

    15 Jun 2016, 9.00 am  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • Brexit, Fed not the only worries facing global markets: Pro

    Brexit, Fed not the only worries facing global markets: Pro   

    Emerging markets have seen a sharp rally over the past few months but it may now peter out, says Prashant Periwal, Director of Altima Partners LLP.

    14 Jun 2016, 3.39 pm  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • India`s domestic story will keep investors coming: Ashburton

    India's domestic story will keep investors coming: Ashburton   

    In the financial space, India is doing much better than China as both RBI and the government have taken steps to deal with the non-performing asset issue, says Jonathan Schiessl of Ashburton.

    14 Jun 2016, 3.22 pm  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • Brexit a bigger worry than Fed; like Indian pvt banks: UBS

    Brexit a bigger worry than Fed; like Indian pvt banks: UBS   

    US Fed is unlikely to hike rates in June or July and the commentary by Fed Chair Janet Yellen will be non-committal, says Hartmut Issel, Head-APAC Equity & Credit, UBS.

    14 Jun 2016, 11.13 am  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • How you can make money with richly valued stocks: Fund manager

    How you can make money with richly valued stocks: Fund manager   

    Divya Mathur has been investing in India since the late 90s and the one challenge that he, like most fund managers in India, faces is seemingly rich valuations.

    14 Jun 2016, 9.19 am  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • Brexit leave vote disruptive; see protracted risk-off: Cartica

    Brexit leave vote disruptive; see protracted risk-off: Cartica   

    Teresa Barger of Cartica Capital says these are extremely nervous times for global markets which are waiting for outcomes firstly from the US Fed meet, then June 23 Brexit decision.

    14 Jun 2016, 8.37 am  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • Three global risks Indian market is vulnerable to: Fund manager

    Three global risks Indian market is vulnerable to: Fund manager   

    Brexit, Chinese slowdown and US elections can impact global markets, including India, says Prashant Kothari, Senior Investment Manager at UK-based Pictet Asset Management.

    13 Jun 2016, 11.04 am  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • We like India but it`s at a 50% premium to EMs: Investec

    We like India but it's at a 50% premium to EMs: Investec   

    The Indian market is a "good place to be" but valuations are at a 50 percent premium besides the economy facing some problems with policy execution and some sectors facing deep stress, says Archie Hart of Investec.

    10 Jun 2016, 9.40 am  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

  • CLSA to add India overweight; looks for Rajan`s extension

    CLSA to add India overweight; looks for Rajan's extension  

    On RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan's extension, he says a decision not to renew Rajan would create a lot of unhelpful noise, though in Greed & fear's view it would be a negative for the currency but an initial positive for the stock m...

    10 Jun 2016, 9.39 am  |  Source: CNBC-TV18

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